TORONTO, Feb 7 (Reuters) – The Canadian broadcaster of
Sunday’s U.S. National Football League’s Super Bowl game said
its ratings fell 39 percent from last year after a broadcast
regulator ruled it could no longer substitute its commercials
into U.S. feeds available in the country.
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Cairo – The attorney general in Egypt ordered the arrest and bringing of ‘Mohammed Abou Treika’ the famous soccer player, to be introgated over the accusation attributed to him with regard to capitalizing the terrorist Muslim brotherhood group.
This was a piece of breaking news transmitted by the Satellite channel “Extra News”.
It was previously mentioned that ‘Tharwat Al-Khawabawi’, the dissident leader of Muslim Brotherhood group, revealed that the accounts of the company owned by the famous soccer player ‘Mohamed Abou Treika’ were dedicated to support this terrorist group, hinting that the companies in which that previous Soccer Player of Al-Ahly Club Soccer Team deposited his money has paid 30 million Egyptian Pounds to fund the Muslim Brotherhood’s activities.
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Kumble also stressed on the importance of having a talent like Hardik Pandya in the team and asserted that he is one for the future of Indian cricket team.